We So Tinry Look Like Grain Of Rice. . FEELING SIGNIFICANT? Dont. You forgot to put your mom in the scale.
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User avatar #77 - PoisinSandwich (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
You forgot to put your mom in the scale.
#82 - skidude (12/13/2009) [-]
Damn nature you scary!
#4 - anonymous (12/12/2009) [+] (12 replies)
Now think if there were an Earth like planet as big as Antares... if we could live on that, that would be HUGE!!!!
#14 to #13 - jefdamaori (12/13/2009) [-]
my auntie is as big as antares. she's massive.
#56 - Emseeem **User deleted account** (12/13/2009) [-]
I want to be an astronomer, but space kind of freaks me out if I think about it too much.
User avatar #1 - Turquoise (12/12/2009) [+] (2 replies)
I haven't even heard of the things larger than the sun. Public education ftw.
User avatar #111 - ThePerfectDrug (12/13/2009) [-]
Damn science you scary
#98 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (1 reply)
the balls kept getting bigger and bigger..AMAZING!!
User avatar #102 to #98 - FAISCISTBUG (12/13/2009) [-]
that's what she said
User avatar #74 - Jason Voorhees (12/13/2009) [-]
I always feel significant. Population control is a good job.
#59 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (3 replies)
heeyyy i can see kirstie alley!
User avatar #61 to #60 - andster (12/13/2009) [-]
Yes, that was the joke.
User avatar #71 - satanisthesavior (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
I do feel significant. Because even though the earth is small, it is also the only place in the universe that we have found so far that contains life as we know it to exist. Sure, we might be as small as an electron from Antares' point-of-view, but we have life. We have knowledge. And if knowledge is power, I dare say that we are the most powerful rock in this place we call the universe.
User avatar #136 - Zeltip (12/13/2009) [+] (4 replies)
damn, i didn't know there were bigger balls of fire than the sun
User avatar #109 - Fouad (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
It not even biggest star. Take Antares, make size of sun, and VY Canis Majoris is the size of Antares doubled.

And harro? I no tinry. I rarge.
#131 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (3 replies)
Wow, it looks like Uranus is quite large.
User avatar #139 to #131 - Kodak (12/13/2009) [-]
Have you ever been my Mianus?
User avatar #127 - TrueNinja (12/13/2009) [+] (4 replies)
Fat Ben is the grey background all these pictures are resting on... O_O
User avatar #128 to #127 - Ahh iTz MLG (12/13/2009) [-]
no that would be your mom
#103 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (6 replies)
Oh, what I'd give to live on a planet the size of Anares
User avatar #107 to #103 - Fouad (12/13/2009) [-]
oh what i'd give to live on a planet like Urmomsanus.
#63 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
there are WAY MORE BIGGER STARS THEN THIS! look it up on youtube u will be amazed. its the YV canis i think. if you would take an airplane to circle the yv canis star once at 600 mph per hour, it would take you 1,100 years just to circle the yv canis once.
User avatar #64 to #63 - GussssUpYourAssss (12/13/2009) [-]
Lol you just said "600 miles per hour per hour" :P
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#70 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (2 replies)
And to think the with the size of our Galaxy, some people still there's only lif eon earth. MInd you, this isn't even our entire galaxy, and yet there are Billions of others of galaxies in the Universe. Still think we can possibly be alone?
User avatar #72 to #70 - satanisthesavior (12/13/2009) [-]
No. Given the fact that there are many planets within each solar system, many solar systems within each galaxy, many galaxies in the universe and (more recently suggested) many universes in the multiverse, there is approximately a 100% chance that there is some form of life outside of our own. However, with current technology, the only planet we have been able to begin studying is Mars, and that research is a ways away. We can determine for a few planets whether life as we know it to be CAN exist there, but have know way of saying whether it DOES exist there...
User avatar #68 - OzVsToby (12/13/2009) [-]
I feel insignificant...

#10 - anonymous (12/13/2009) [+] (4 replies)
Betelgeuse! Ford Prefect is from there! H2G2 FTW!
User avatar #24 to #10 - yoman (12/13/2009) [-]
wasn't it a 'planet somewhere in the vicinity of betelgeuse'?
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